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Develop a workplace learning environment (Devonport)
February 12 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm$220
Chris has been working in education, management and leadership for 16 years. He is the director of GlobalNet Academy (RTO: 60058) specialising in Leadership and Management training; and GlobalNet ICT, an Information Technology, Systems Analysis and Management company in Hobart. Chris has worked closely with the Aged Care Sector for the last 6 years. With qualifications background in Law, Commerce and Management, Chris specialises in Financial Risk Management, Project Management, Information Technology and customer service. Chris has postgraduate qualifications in Management. Chris regularly provides consulting services in the areas of policy development, financial and risk management, information technology and systems analysis. This enables him to maintain currency with industry. He is a founding member of the Tasmanian Vocational Education and Training Network and is actively involved in promoting the currency of VET skills.
- Worked closely with many of the Aged Services Sector organisations over last 6 years in leadership, management and information technology
- 16 years as a Director of GlobalNet ICT – consulting in strategy, management, leadership and technology
- On the board of Tasmanian VET Network
- Bachelor of Laws (UTAS)
- Bachelor of Commerce – Majors in Management and Finance (UTAS)
- Graduate Certificate in Management (Learning)
- Diploma of Management (BSB51107)
- Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110)
- Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills (TAELLN411)
“An organisation’s ability to learn, and translate that learning into action rapidly, is the ultimate competitive advantage.” Jack Welch
About this workshop
This workshop will focus on developing your skills to develop, encourage and support a learning environment in your organisation where work and learning come together. The workshop will focus on the development of strategies to facilitate and promote learning and to monitor and improve learning performance, including developing and implementing learning plans. We will look at how managers can create learning opportunities, promote the desire to learn and the access to learning opportunities. We will also focus on how to preserve the learning once it has been undertaken and how learning can and should improve an individual’s effectiveness.